Donald Trump is a difficult presidential candidate for the media to cover because, at bottom, he has no idea what he's talking about and doesn't care.
A new report says it just might be.
No one is quite sure exactly what a millennial is, but everyone knows that it's bad to be one.
They'll sell anything these days.
The four psychics I talked with had very interesting thoughts about someone who never existed.
The public, the media, and the pollsters all talked themselves into believing a lie.
Compelling as the show is, I'm not sure it's compelling in a way that will make people actually want to do crystal meth.
Jeffrey Kantor says his intended search, "How do I build a radio-controlled airplane," transformed into "how do I build a radio controlled bomb," but his story doesn't pass a basic bullshit test.
The Daily Mail has been trailing a new book this week by "leading science writer" Tony Edwards. The first extract from the book gave the paper a valuable opportunity to address the important question of whether red wine causes or cures cancer.
With the LCBO preparing to strike and most of Canada suffering the same kinda bullshit that Ontario has to deal with—what with all the booze being sold in government regulated locations—it's about time we drop this system and make champagne easier to find…
Cracked.com is awesome, huh guys? They manage to put together the craziest, most obscure facts in totally digestible listicles that are funny AND informative. Have you ever wondered how they're able to gather such amazing, unheard-of info? THEY JUST MAKE
Brett Lawrie, one of the stars on the Toronto Blue Jays, has been engaged in a Twitter campaign to hate on his high school rival, as well as his old basketball coach.
I'm not a very spiritual person, and am frequently jealous of those who are, so I decided to head to Arizona to explore some energy vortexes in an attempt to have a spiritual awakening. Lucky for me, there are multiple companies in Sedona willing to take
Calling bullshit on a bunch of stuff that pisses us off.